Juniper hires Cisco hacker

Monday, 7 November 2005, 3:03 AM EST

It looks like there is life after Black Hat for Michael Lynn, after all. The former Internet Security Systems researcher has landed a job with networking vendor Juniper Networks just months after creating an international stir at July's Black Hat USA conference by disclosing information about security weaknesses in Cisco routers.

By Robert McMillan at Network World.

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